23 April, 2017 − New study shows that a huge reduction in the carbon footprint of UK criminals equates to about 10% of the nation’s annual emissions.
21 April, 2017 – Scientists have long been aware of a forest’s ability to absorb carbon, but a new US study has discovered trees that emit methane.
19 April, 2017 – It is time for cricket, one of the world’s most widely played games, to start taking the threat posed by global warming seriously.
18 April, 2017 − Research shows that the impact of temperature change during the Little Ice Age was much smaller than today’s effects of climate change.
17 April, 2017 − Passengers on transatlantic flights face scary moments as climate change driven by CO2 emissions increases turbulence.
12 April, 2017 – Increased carbon dioxide being removed from the atmosphere by plants will not be enough to compensate for rising greenhouse gas emissions.
11 April, 2017 – Global warming’s greater than anticipated impact on permafrost will release huge amounts of methane and carbon dioxide as the soil thaws.
10 April, 2017 – New global database of trees affirms the need for greater conservation and protection of forests to slow the pace of global warming.
9 April, 2017 – The warming of the atmosphere by greenhouse gases is slowing the jet streams which drive the northern hemisphere’s weather, scientists say.
8 April, 2017 – Scientists predict that continued burning of fossil fuels could return CO2 levels and temperatures to heights not seen in hundreds of millions of years.
7 April, 2017 – Plankton blooms in the Arctic’s increasing number of meltwater ponds are enriching the ocean – but potentially accelerating global warming.